The most beautiful hotels in Luberon: our best addresses

Here’s our selection of the best hotels in the Luberon, from luxurious bastides and luxury resorts to Provencal farmhouses planted in the garrigue and addresses perched in the heart of the emblematic villages of this famous corner of Provence.

The Luberon region, ideal for relaxing but also for sporting or gastronomic getaways, is brimming with hotels and other charming addresses. Here’s a selection.

Hôtel Capelongue, Bonnieux | A Provencal jewel in the heart of the Luberon

How is the hotel? In the Vaucluse hinterland, perched high above Bonnieux, Domaine de Capelongue has recently joined the Beaumier group.With 57 rooms and suites designed by architects JAUNE - divided between the sheepfold, the 18th-century bastide and the dovecote - the 5-hectare estate is distinguished by its typical hinterland charm: rendered walls, tiled floors, ochre colors, warm woodwork and, of course, unobstructed views from the terraces and balconies. The silence of the hamlet is broken only by the sound of the Mistral wind and the song of the cicadas. Recently enlarged, the vacation village-like hotel now boasts a charming central square, a fountain, a library and a café, bringing together guests in search of conviviality.

Gastronomy? The Domaine de Capelongue offers two restaurants committed to respecting the environment. La Bastide, which boasts one Michelin star, is orchestrated by chef Noël Bérard, who delivers deep, spontaneous, local gastronomic cuisine, such as grilled green Mallemort asparagus or marinated sliced Luberon veal. La Bergerie, chef Mathieu Guivarch's wood-fired Provencal restaurant, has been refurbished and enlarged, with an open-plan dining room and terrace overlooking Bonnieux. Finally, at Café Capelongue, the afternoon is filled with small plates to share or not: beignets de fleur de zucchini, panisse croustillante et aïoli, salaison de ventrèche de thon rouge, tomme de chèvre frais au pistou...

Hôtel Capelongue, Bonnieux © DR

Wellness? Guests can take advantage of a swimming pool, swim lane, Roman bath, cryogenic bath and Biologique Recherche's made-to-measure treatment menu, a temple to well-being that also includes a fitness center, hammam, 3 treatment rooms and a fitness room. Early in the morning, the day gets off to a good start with a yoga session in the gardens or an electric bike ride through the surrounding countryside. In the evening, the sunset and the panoramic view over the valley catch the eye until, at nightfall, a big screen takes over: make way for an open-air cinema session.

Good to know? Near the village of Bonnieux, one of France's most beautiful villages, the estate's landscaped park, new swimming pool and spa on the Claparèdes plateau invite you to contemplate the surrounding nature. Avignon and Aix are the nearest TGV stations.


Hôtel Capelongue, Bonnieux © DR

Hôtel Capelongue
57 keys, from €340 for 2 people.
Les Claparèdes, Chemin des Cabanes, 84480 Bonnieux

Coquillade Provence Resort & Spa | A five-star resort and boutique hotel between Luberon and Ventoux

The setting? In the midst of a converted organic vineyard, Coquillade Provence Resort & Spa is located in Gargas, on a hilltop facing the Parc Naturel Régional du Luberon, just a stone's throw from its famous "Golden Triangle". Housed in an old hamlet that has been completely renovated, the hotel comprises six Provencal houses in pastel hues, set around more contemporary buildings. The hotel's village atmosphere is based on its traditional architecture and the silence imposed by the 30 hectares of vines surrounding the estate.

Wellness? The hotel boasts one of Provence's finest spas, which has won numerous awards: Best Luxury Day Spa in Western Europe, Best Luxury Spa in Europe at the World Luxury Spa Awards (2018). Covering an area of 2000 m2, the wellness area offers impressive voluptuousness with its palette of treatments and massages from the four corners of the globe: Hawaiian massage with its invigorating, purifying powers inspired by island tradition, or Moroccan massage that releases toxins and invigorates the whole body. In the spa, ice fountains, cold baths, a sauna overlooking the vineyards, an indoor pool, a steam room and a vast relaxation room invite you to let go. This prodigious wellness area extends outside with two huge pools lined with deckchairs and a jacuzzi under olive trees, facing the Luberon massif. Idyllic.

Suite at Coquillade Provence Resort & Spa © DR

The hotel? With 21 rooms and 42 suites, this five-star hotel and Relais & Châteaux member remains on a human scale. All suites are housed in traditional Provencal houses, combining exposed stonework, light tones and terraces overlooking lavender fields and vineyards. The establishment also boasts three restaurants: the gourmet L'Avelanthe Provençal bistro Les Vignes with its large terrace overlooking the vineyards, and the poolside Cipressa for dishes with an Italian flair. If you fancy a private pool, opt for the hotel's Pool Suite or the large Bastide les Vallats, a private villa 20 minutes from the hotel.

Good to know? The five-star hotel is a real "Vélo & Châteaux": just below the hotel is the Cavalon cycle route, a 41-km former railroad line transformed into a fully secured and equipped cycle path, offering an ideal starting point for two-wheeled tours. The track passes through some of the most beautiful villages in the area, including Lacoste and Bonnieux. Less than two kilometers from the hotel, the Pont Julien - a Roman bridge dating from the 3rd century BC - runs alongside the track and is ideal for a family picnic or a rest by the river.

The interior of a suite at Coquillade Village © DR

What makes the difference? The spa and wellness area, the figurehead of the hotel in the heart of nature, and its bicycle rental center from Swiss brand BMC (specialist in top-of-the-range bicycles). Nestled under an elegant marquee, the BMC showroom is run by Karl Guillois, former mechanic to Thomas Voeckler, who informs visitors about the best routes to take and advises them according to their level. Champions' bikes (road bikes, mountain bikes, electric bikes) are available for sale or hire. A godsend for cycling enthusiasts who want to pedal up to the Luberon massif or climb the nearby Mont Ventoux! The estate's signposted hiking and jogging trails, tennis court and well-equipped gyms and yoga studios offer a wide range of other sporting activities.

Coquillade Provence Resort & Spa
63 keys, from €450 per night.
Hameau Le Perrotet, 84400 Gargas

Le Couvent des Minimes

The transformed Couvent des Minimes - one of the Luberon's most sought-after 5-star hotels - now combines its rich past with a contemporary present. Its L'Occitane XXL spa, with its top-of-the-range equipment and treatments, makes it an essential holistic destination in Provence. Reopened in 2023 after three years of renovation, it has retained its authenticity while focusing on elegance, service and well-being.

Le Couvent des Minimes © DR

The lobby, housed in the former chapel, captivates with its 10-metre high stained glass windows. The cloister, flooded with light, now houses a bar and lounges. The 49 rooms and suites are now more spacious, with a focus on calm and natural materials: antique furniture revisited by Jérémie du Chaffaut and bathrooms in local stone complete the peaceful atmosphere... As for taste buds, two restaurants : Le Bistrot Pamparigouste offers sun-drenched regional cuisine, while Le Feuillée, a gourmet table, offers a refined culinary experience.

Le Couvent des Minimes © DR

What makes the difference? The 2,500 m² L'Occitane spa is a veritable centerpiece, a hymn to well-being. Eco-designed, it offers pools, hammam, saunas, salt grotto... A Provencal sanctuary dedicated to relaxation.

Le Couvent des Minimes Hôtel & Spa L'Occitane
49 keys, from €380 with breakfast
Chemin des jeux de Maï, 04300 Mane

Airelles Gordes, La Bastide | The palace of Gordes, an emblematic Luberon village

Overlooking the ramparts of the village of Gordes - part of the Luberon Regional Nature Park - Airelles Gordes, La Bastide stands out for its majestic 18th-century mansion carved out of white stone. Its heated swimming pool, terraces and hanging gardens open onto the Alpilles massif and the Vaucluse mountains.

Bastide de Gordes outdoor pool © Fabrice Rambert

Awarded Palace status in 2016, this quintessentially Provençal establishment boasts 41 unique rooms and suites that blend sophistication with a noble atmosphere, and are adorned with wood panelling, antiques and stretched canvas, all with views over the surrounding countryside. In terms of well-being, the palace boasts a multi-brand spa (Barbara Sturm, Seed to Skin and Innerskin) installed under large vaulted ceilings, and a relaxation area with indoor pool, hammam, sauna and sensory showers. Among the establishment's five restaurants, L'Orangerie offers an authentic Provençal escape, while Le Clover, designed by Jean-François Piège, delights with dishes cooked in the braise, rotissoire and seasonal vegetal cuisine.

La Bastide de Gordes © Fabrice Rambert

What makes the difference? The intimate atmosphere in the village of Gordes, voted "most beautiful village in the world".

fabrice Rambert

Airelles Gordes, La Bastide
41 keys, from 1050€ per night.
61 Rue de la Combe, 84220 Gordes.

La Bastide de Marie, Ménerbes

Ménerbes is well worth a visit: painters Nicolas de Staël and Picasso were seduced by this Provencal village built on a rocky spur. La Bastide de Marie (Maisons et Hotels Sibuet, like Les Fermes de Marie in Megève) is a character building with exposed stone and a tiled roof, set amid 23 hectares of vineyards, cypress trees and lavender fields. In a chic, rustic decor, the family home's suites are decorated in the colors of the Midi: ceruse furniture, terracotta floor tiles, whitewashed walls... At dinnertime, the chef delights the taste buds with dishes from the Midi with the scent of garrigue.

Good to know? Just a stone's throw from the main building, the Mas and Villa Grenache offer the possibility of even more confidential stays.

La Bastide de Marie
15 keys, from €325 per night.
64 Chemindes Peirelles, 84560 Ménerbes

A stone's throw from the Luberon...

Villa La Coste, Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade

A poetic, ultra-luxurious setting for a Provencal stopover far from the Luberon. Close to Paul Cézanne's former studio, this contemporary luxury hotel has been awarded the Palace distinction (one of the few in the region, along with Les Airelles Gordes) and comprises 28 suites combining modern design and Provencal tradition. The 6 suites with swimming pools are real pepites, offering breathtaking views of the Luberon and its vineyards. Relax in the peaceful wellness area before dining in Hélène Darroze's gourmet restaurant, the promise of an unforgettable experience.

Château La Coste © Richard Haughton

Villa La Coste
28 keys, from 700€ per night.
2750 Route de, 13610 Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade

Crillon Le Brave, Crillon-le-Brave

Erected at the top of a charming Provencal village, the five-star Crillon Le Brave offers 34 rooms and suites in splendid 17th- and 18th-century houses tastefully decorated by interior designer Charles Zana. From the swimming pool, the magnificent view of Mont Ventoux and the vineyards invites you to relax. The luxury hotel's spa, nestled beneath the arches of former stables, offers a subdued atmosphere ideal for reconnecting with oneself. Thomas Lesage, the hotel's head chef, offers a range of local specialities in his two restaurants.

Good to know? Crillon Le Brave is part of the young and exciting Maisons Pariente hotel collection, also present in Saint-Tropez (Lou Pinet), Méribel (Le Coucou) and in the Marais district of Paris (Le Grand Mazarin).

Crillon Le Brave
34 keys, from 300€ per night.
Place de l'Eglise, 84410 Crillon-le-Brave

All locations are independently selected by our specialist journalists. If you make a reservation, we may receive an affiliate commission.


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